Andrea Pugliese
Andrea Pugliese
Professor, Dept. Mathematics, University of Trento, Italy
Verified email at science.unitn.it
TitleCited byYear
Parasites and host population dynamics
DM Tompkins, AP Dobson, P Arneberg, ME Begon, IM Cattadori, ...
The ecology of wildlife diseases, 45-62, 2002
1622002
Determinants of the spatiotemporal dynamics of the 2009 H1N1 pandemic in Europe: implications for real-time modelling
S Merler, M Ajelli, A Pugliese, NM Ferguson
PLoS computational biology 7 (9), e1002205, 2011
1002011
Population models for diseases with no recovery
A Pugliese
Journal of mathematical biology 28 (1), 65-82, 1990
921990
Effects of tick population dynamics and host densities on the persistence of tick-borne infections
R Rosa, A Pugliese
Mathematical biosciences 208 (1), 216-240, 2007
912007
Spontaneous behavioural changes in response to epidemics
P Poletti, B Caprile, M Ajelli, A Pugliese, S Merler
Journal of theoretical biology 260 (1), 31-40, 2009
882009
Analytical and numerical results for the age-structured SIS epidemic model with mixed inter-intracohort transmission
M Iannelli, FA Milner, A Pugliese
SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis 23 (3), 662-688, 1992
881992
Thresholds for disease persistence in models for tick-borne infections including non-viraemic transmission, extended feeding and tick aggregation
R Rosą, A Pugliese, R Norman, PJ Hudson
Journal of theoretical biology 224 (3), 359-376, 2003
832003
Pathogen coexistence induced by density-dependent host mortality
V Andreasen, A Pugliese
Journal of theoretical biology 177 (2), 159-165, 1995
741995
On the evolutionary coexistence of parasite strains
A Pugliese
Mathematical biosciences 177, 355-375, 2002
722002
Seasonal population dynamics of ticks, and its influence on infection transmission: a semi-discrete approach
M Ghosh, A Pugliese
Bulletin of mathematical biology 66 (6), 1659-1684, 2004
522004
Aggregation, stability, and oscillations in different models for host-macroparasite interactions
R Rosą, A Pugliese
Theoretical population biology 61 (3), 319-334, 2002
522002
Analysis of a model for macroparasitic infection with variable aggregation and clumped infections
A Pugliese, R Rosa, ML Damaggio
Journal of Mathematical Biology 36 (5), 419-447, 1998
501998
Optimal patterns of growth and reproduction for perennial plants with persisting or not persisting vegetative parts
A Pugliese, J Kozlowski
Evolutionary Ecology 4 (1), 75-89, 1990
481990
On the formulation of epidemic models (an appraisal of Kermack and McKendrick)
D Breda, O Diekmann, WF De Graaf, A Pugliese, R Vermiglio
Journal of biological dynamics 6 (sup2), 103-117, 2012
452012
Temporal variation of Ixodes ricinus intensity on the rodent host Apodemus flavicollis in relation to local climate and host dynamics
R Rosą, A Pugliese, M Ghosh, SE Perkins, A Rizzoli
Vector-borne and zoonotic diseases 7 (3), 285-295, 2007
432007
A simple model of pathogen–immune dynamics including specific and non-specific immunity
A Pugliese, A Gandolfi
Mathematical biosciences 214 (1-2), 73-80, 2008
402008
Model predictions and evaluation of possible control strategies for the 2009 A/H1N1v influenza pandemic in Italy
M Ajelli, S Merler, A Pugliese, C Rizzo
Epidemiology & Infection 139 (1), 68-79, 2011
392011
An S→ E→ I epidemic model with varying population size
A Pugliese
Differential equations models in biology, epidemiology and ecology, 121-138, 1991
381991
A new approach to characterising infectious disease transmission dynamics from sentinel surveillance: application to the Italian 2009–2010 A/H1N1 influenza pandemic
I Dorigatti, S Cauchemez, A Pugliese, NM Ferguson
Epidemics 4 (1), 9-21, 2012
352012
Effect of host populations on the intensity of ticks and the prevalence of tick-borne pathogens: how to interpret the results of deer exclosure experiments
A Pugliese, R Rosą
Parasitology 135 (13), 1531-1544, 2008
352008
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